Sunday 11th December 2016,
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BBC’s Hindu Bashing report on ‘Caste’

BBC’s Hindu Bashing report on ‘Caste’

At 7:10am BBC Radio 4 broadcasts the religious affairs programme ‘Sunday’, appropriately named because that is the day on which it is aired. Now in this programme we have this delightful installment: “The National Council of Churches in India will hold a day of protest next week against the country’s discriminatory caste system. It follows [...]

August 8, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Hindu Phobics 0

Tamil Nadu: Denied entry into temple, 250 Dalit families want to convert to Islam

Tamil Nadu: Denied entry into temple, 250 Dalit families want to convert to Islam

As of now 6 Dalit families in Karur have converted to Islam, while another 50 have expressed interest. The growing differences between the Dalits and a section of the upper caste has reached a flashpoint where 250 Dalits have declared that they will convert to Islam. As of now 6 families in Karur have converted [...]

July 28, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Hinduphobic Contender for UKs New Prime Minister Championships

Hinduphobic Contender for UKs New Prime Minister Championships

Brexit has created a vacuum in the Conservative Party leadership. The resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron after the referendum on EU membership has allowed various members of his party to bid to replace him as leader not just of his own political organisation, but the country. Among these is the Welfare and Pensions Secretary, [...]

July 3, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

‘ Hinduphobia ‘ The Labour Party’s Other Problem

‘ Hinduphobia ‘ The Labour Party’s Other Problem

Does Britain’s Labour Party have a Hindu Problem? The Labour Party’s long history of Hinduphobia, anti-Hindu demagoguery and stone-faced reluctance to even discuss its obvious prejudice have made anti-Hindu thinking an essential element in that left-wing movement with its working-class roots. This has only been enhanced under Jeremy Corbyn who has had a long history [...]

May 1, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

Another Hindu Leader Shot Dead, this time for Opposing Cow Slaughter

Another Hindu Leader Shot Dead, this time for Opposing Cow Slaughter

In yet another case of murder of a Hindu leader, Vishva Hindu Parishad’s (VHP) Agra city unit vice-president Arun Kumar Mahaur, a Dalit, was on Thursday shot dead in broad daylight on the way back home after performing his daily prayers at a local temple. He was accosted by five assailants in a busy marketplace [...]

February 29, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Assault on Hinduism reaches the European Parliament

Assault on Hinduism reaches the European Parliament

In the classic children’s story Goldilocks went into someone else’s house to eat and sleep uninvited. To her horror she was confronted by the owners, which happened to be three bears. Discovered she fled.  At no point were negotiations on the agenda. It was after all pretty indefensible. This is a bit like the manner [...]

October 20, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 0

OPEN LETTER TO INDIA

OPEN LETTER TO INDIA

To the People of India, Greetings, I address you collectively as a nation, as nation builders, and as individuals capable of rationale and reasoning. As human beings, we are endowed with an enhanced intellectual faculty, which is really the only thing that confers us a distinct position in the animal kingdom. Genetically, we are 99% [...]

September 10, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Caste games : Battleground India

Caste games : Battleground India

Caste discrimination has now been included as a provision within the Equality Act. At the outset there may seem nothing objectionable in this. But scratch the surface and a sinister agenda emerges. The prime movers behind the new laws are not actually those suffering from caste discrimination but in fact a powerful well funded apparatus [...]

May 9, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 1